Volume 1^(h):12 April, 1982
and Kathe Jensen while there. Kathe is to be in
Florida around that time. If anyone else will be
around, please contact Kerry Clark or Steve Long
to see if we can get together.
I am looking for a way to keep the content of
the Opisthobranch Newsletter sLmilar to past
years ir. terms of open communications and
gersonal notes. I hope that everyone will read
r. Edmunds' comments and seriously consider the
course the ON should take. As a pure information
resource, I feel the ON has provided a most
valuable service and it can continue to do so in
the future. I would like to provide the
publication forum as well but that will depend on
the majority of you and what you feel is proper.
I definitely do not want to lose the open comments
on all aspects of opisthobranchs.
From Bob Henderson (Pacific Bio-Marine Labs,
Inc., P.O. Box 536, Venice, CA 90291): "I'm
interested in finding out whether anyone else has
run across incidences of color attenuation ^or
loss as a function of increasing depth. I've
collected a few specimens of deep water
Archidoris which seem to point to this trend but
not anywhere near enough to make any claims. I'd
be intersected in any input on Archidoris or other
CMIIGE OF ADDRESS/NEH SUBSCRIBERS
Here is the rest of the list of people I would like
to have current addresses verified:
Gloria Snivel y
Dr. Gamil N. Soliman
M. So rdi
Mr. Gale Sphon
Cathy Lamar Stephens
Linda L. Stephens
Hugh M. Stirts
Dennis L. Taylor
Dr. Dwight Taylor
Ronald F. Thomas
Dr. Thomas E. Thompson
Christopher D. Todd
Richard K. Trench
Ruth D. Turner
Edgar T. Walters
VJilkie A. Wilson
Heinz G. Wolff
John Lee Yarnall
Dr> David K. Young
Dr. Bernhard Zoder
Department of Zoology
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ 85281
Roger D. Longley
Alison J. Longley
Friday Harbor Laboratories
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
Mid Pacific Research Laboratory
P.O. Box 1768
APO San Francisco, CA 96555
If you know of anyone with a continuing
association or interest in opisthobranchs, please
send me their current address and phone numbers
where available. Please include thier current
status and interest if known (eg -- Student,
Professor, no interest, amateur)
Bay Area Malacologists, Saturday, March 6.
1982, 10am to Upm. First floor, SheU Building #8
(Room 8ni), U.S. Geological Survey, 275
Miridlafield Road, Menlo Park, California. Write
or call for info: Gene Coan, 891 San Jude Ave.,
Palo Alto, CA 9^306, (415) 493-8242 (evenings).
Sorry that I did not get this information out
The American Malacological Union annual
meetings will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana, in
1982; in Seattle, Washington, in 1983, and probably
in Norfolk, Virginia, in 1984. For information on
membership contact Dr. Robert Robertson, Depart-
ment of Malacology, Academy of Natural Sciences
of Philadelphia, 19th and the Parkway, Philadel-
phia, PA 19103.
Western Society of Malacologists annual
meeting, University of Redlands, Redlands,
California, June 20-23, 1982. For information
contact: Ms. Kit Stewart, 19 La Rancheria, Carmel
Valley, CA 93921. The call for papers is out now.
Contact Dave Mulliner.
BIBLIOGMPHY OF OPISTHOBRANCEIA
10069 Bavendam, Fred, 198O.' Beneath Cold
Waters: The Marine Life of New England. Down East
Books, Casden, Maine, 127p. [A gorgeous book,
cover to cover superb underwater color
photography. JJJ. invertebrate phyla and fish
covered. You've got to see it to believe it. 8x10
color photos of Aeolidia papulosa, Coryphella
verrucosa and Onchidoris bilasellata. Smaller
photos of Cadlina laevis & Polycera dubia.
10070 Kuppe-mann, I. & T.C. Carew, 1974.
Behavior patterns of ApJ.ysia calif ornica in its
natural environment, ^hav. Biol., 12:317-337.
10071 Meinkoth, Norman A., 1982. Flsld Guide to
Morth Ajaerican Seashore Creatures. The Audubon
Society. Chanticleer Press, New York^ 798p., 690
color photos. [31 opisthobranch species covered
from two coasts of the US. 31 color photos of
branchs. The book is very hard to use because
the species are grouped by shape, a format the
Audubon series has always used. In this case the
nudibranch section includes flatworms and the
cuctimber Parastichopus. One sea hare is even
included with the anemones. Photographs are
beautiful: familiar branchers providing photos
include Hans Bertsch, Dan Gotshall & Dave
>(.'!;. .\V.V...,;;|HVii;:^J^. ^^&:-..^^;•,■,■^;■Jlr- ,;yf, .u^,f;■.^
j NoLi^<^&<ip\ £>e(^T(Of^
?*oXYCsr°3 CKi.hscr'i. Mspcus. 1^5'
^' MAT. HIST.
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i NEW nOLOR CHARACTKHISTIC FOR ROST^IKSt
'ULCHKI, MACFARLAMD 1905.
Michael W. Haberland
RostaEga pulclira^ MacFarland 190t>, is a comraon
crj^ptobranoh dcrid nudibranch of the eastern
Pacific ran.^in?? froa Vancouver Island, British
(Marcus, 19'59). "
Morphological and color descriutlons are
;'--orted bv Marcus, 1959| MacFarXandj 1956?
■^cDonald. 1Q77; 'Rehr^ena, 1980; Morris et al^ 1Q80;
and Mybakken, lyo
;he bodv of
, Figure 2j}
Hostanga pulcnra is elliptical with botn anterior
tHg posterior ends rounded. Sfflall liisDid
papillae witih glandular tips (caryop?hyllidia)
cover the dorsum and_ are strenghtened by
s;n '"ounding spicules., The rhinophores of this
soeaies are unique (see BehrenSj 19
with a 0Y3j.ndrical extension, set
nearly vertical lamellae. The general body color
.:-f Rostanga pulehra has been reported to vary-
from shades of aaliaon.} orange and bright red.
On 15- August 198 Is one Smm specimen of Hostan^
ptilchra ?;^as collected in Morro Bay, Californiaj,
which did not match the above color description.
"he specimen was collected on a sand substrate at
a depth of 6m directly under the Coast Guard pier.
The body was almost colorless | the only
distinKuiahlng coloration being a spot of white
pigjsentation "on .the back of the rhinopbores
(Figure 1). AH other sorphological features
agreed with those of a typical R. pulchra.
Fifsure 1. Rninopnore
puichra collected in
Arrov-f ooints to o;
of colorless Hastaaga
Horro iiav, California.
>5 tiames L»^r;
colore d M -J a \.;
experience vjitn this spec
concerning the po33ibJJ.ity c
either an exotic or an intro
reeommended that I examins
papillae for the presence-
similar to that observed on t
coloration was observed.
Specimens _of Hostasga
northeastern r'acifiCo re^ar^
groursd color, appear bo'"sh;
the marginal papillae bear
contrast to those, covering
This W.B.Y be u.sed as a di
Add.itionallv5 some specimen
soot about md^ay up the
- rorn nio^e tv^icaiiv
!cause of his
ies and his opinion
jf ti'iis speciinen bein.i^
duced species. Lance
the marginal rows of
of white coloration
Hg rhirophores K T'hi. s
>aicnra i roja tm
are a comrson trait --
the notum in general.
s bear an opaque white
)avid W., 1980. Pacific Coast
Ni«'3ibP"aFiCns" A Guijie to ths Ooi.^-bQbr'snchs of the
Mortheastern Pacific, Sea Challengers, Los Csos,
08023 MacFarland, Frank Mace, 1966. S:udifis of
OpisthobraneMate Mollosks of the Pacific Coast
of Sortb teerica. California Acad. Sci> 546p.
09970 McDonald, Gary R.. 1977. A Review of the
Nudibranchs >of the Caliiornia Coast. Hasters
ThesisTcaiifornia'statr'UniV., Havward. 373p. „
10031 Mybakken, James i Gary McDonald, 19S1.
Feeding Mechardsms of 'West .aserican Nudibrancbs
reeam.g on bryosoa,
Soecial Resoect to
Cnidaria, and Ascidiacea, with
e nadula. Halacolcgia,
01433 Marcus, arnat, 19bQ. Laaellaria cea und
Ooisthobranchia. Reports of the
Lund Univ. Chile
Exoed. 1948-19^9- Ho", db. Lands Oniv. Arsskr. M.F.
(2) 55(9)r5-135, 'fi.i',s« 1-V96.
Om990 Morris, Robert H., Donald P. Abbott and
Eusene C. Haderlie, 1980. .Tntertddal Inverte-
brates of Caii.iOrriial Stanford Univ. Press. 69Co,
I have completed work on the new list combining
branch references from volumes 1-23 of llie
Veliger and am adding in volume 24. The project
has many hours' work and has had to fit in with a
job change and other happenings in ray life.
Carlton's list and Behrens* list have been
inciuded [June 20, 1982] and I have printed a few
sets which are available at $4.95 each plus sales
tax for California residents and $1.00 for airmail
postage. This will only be available a supplement
because of the size and printing costs. I will
print only as many copies as I have received
requests for prior to printing.
I welcome additional lists and card files of
taxonomic and subject information. They will be
compiled into future supplements.
From Dave Behrens: Comment on Malcolm Edmunds'
letter -- "The Opisthobranch Newsletter is in its
. fourteenth year. Although not necessarily on the
shelves of all major universities it has had wide
distribution among branchologists worldwide, and
is found in institutional libraries where active
branch researchers reside, particularly in the
western USA. I was unaware that it was the ON's
policy not to publish papers, and on the contrary,
solicitations have appeared several times in the
past few years inviting manuscripts on all
opisthobranch issues, short of species descrip-
tions. I believe that the size and significance
of the contributions will be metered by the value
the author places upon his paper and his opinion
of the ON as the proper place for itc publication.
Those papers to appear during the past two —
three years seem to me to be very appropriate.
I would, however, recommend making arrange-
ments for "Bio abstracting" of ON publications
when they appear, to provide wider exposure.
Concerning the concept of the newsletter as a
source to exchange ideas and views -» any
sounding board is only as good as its
contributors. I am highly disappointed at the
lack of support given the ON from my fellow
coUeagues, particularly from foreign shores.
The ON needs material to make it the publication
that Dr. Edmunds, myself, and others wish 'it to be.
In a way, we are all part of the newsletter. Steve
prints what we give him. If we v.'ish to improve or
purify the ON we need to contribute along these
lines. — D.W. Behrens"
From Kathe Jensen: "Sorry you couldn't make it
to Florida while I was there. I had a pretty nice
week there. I finished up a manuscript on the
word-processor (of course, the word-orocessing
system at CVI [College of the Virgin islands] is
not compatible with the one at FIT [Florida
Institute of Technology]), and I looked at a new
ii^ysia sDc, which rCerry [Clark] or one of his
students is going to describe. My species list of
Asccglossa from St, Thomas is still increasing,
but there are very few of each species, so I
haven't been able to do much research. I still
hope to get enough Oxynoe antillarum to make a
OPISTHOBRANCH HF^wSLBTrER July 1982
thorough comparison with 0. azuropunctata. St.
Thomas is the original locality for 0. aatillaruja
but it doesn't seem to be very common.
Considering Dr. Edmund's note, I tend to agree ■
with him. The ON should basically be a forum for
exchange of news and comments, and not for
publication of original material. It is not
because I thdnk the standard of papers submitted
to ON is lower than any other papers, but because ^ j
ON reaches only a limited number of people (just '
look at the list of names of people you have lost
contact with), and is published at rather j,
irregular intervals. f
Also, I (and probably many other "new"
subscribers) would greatly appreciate it if you
could print a current address list of present
subscribers. This would greatly facilitate
After about June 1st, I will be back in Florida
for the summer. I hope to combine a vacation in
Denmark with the Anglo-French Malacological
Symposium in London in September. After that I
don't know what I'll, be doing." ~- Kathe Jensen
Wesley M. Farmer
U10 So. 1st St. Sd.182
El Cajon, CA 92021
David Garrett Cargo
Center for Environmental and Estuarine Studies
Chesapeake Biological Laboratory
University of Maryland
Joseph Warren Burnett
Division of Dermatology
University of Maryland School of Medicine
72 South Africa Blvd.
Ashqelon, Israel 78411
The July meeting of the Conchological Club of
Southern California was held en July 7* 1982, at
the Los Angeles County Museum, of Natural History.
Rin Brand (Underwater Photographic Society)
showed slides of about thirty species of
California Nudibranchs taken underwater with a
Nikonos camera. Many of the photos were taken
from the Channel Islands.
The fifteenth annual meetings of the Western
Society of Malacologists were held at the
University of Redlands, Hedlands, Californ.ia.
About 65 malacologists were in attendance.
David Mulliner - "Update - Nudibranchia"
presented current research in the Panaraj.c area.
Leroy Poorman - "Molluscan Populations at Bahia
San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico" included several
observations on opisthobranchs recorded during
about 28 years of collecting at thJ.s location.
OFISTHOBRANCH NEMSLETTER July 1982
The Eighth Intematicnal Malacological Con-
gress will be held in Budapest, Hungary, from
August 29 to September 3, 1983. Information
available by v;riting Laszlo Pinte'r, Natural
History Museum, Baross u. 13? H-1088 Budapest,
The 1982 meeting of the American Society of
Zoologists, and American Microscopical Society,
Animal Behavior Society, International Assoc-
iation of Astacology, and Society of Systematic
Zoology will be held in Louisville, Kentucky, from
December 27 to December 30, 1982. For in-
formation caitact Mary Wiley, Business Manager,
American Society of Zoologists, Box 2739,
California Lutheran College, Thousand Oaks, CA
9136O. Telephone 805-492-3585-
Dr. Claude Poizat writes that copies of his
recent papers are available. Please write to him
From Ian Loch: "I spent a few weeks on a
busman's holiday diving in far North Queensland,
from Lizard Island to Raine Island up near Torres
Strait, an area I had not collected before.
Results were mildly disappointing. About 90 lots
of macro opisthobranchs collected by myself and
friends, involving just over 40 species in 22
dives, only 2 of which were new to me, a striking
Bomella with a mosaic pattern and small humped
Dsndrodoris which I initially mistook for a
lamellariid. However, we did find a number of
additional specimens for some un described
species of chromodorids previously represented
by only a few specimens. I had expected to find
species usually recorded in islands north of
Australia, but while this was true of some
prosobranchs, the opisthobranchs were fairly
quiet. Still, did not see a single aplysiid during
the whole trip, which must constitute some sort of
A few subsequent dives around Sydney were
somewhat anti-climatic when the visibility
dropped from the up to 100 ft. up north to 5 ft.
Don & Kathy Cadien are the proud parents of a
new baby boy. They are work.ing to finish a room
addition to their house in San Pedro. Mary, their
daughter, is doing fine.
BIBLIOGRSPHY OF OPISTHOBRANCHIA
Please help with citations. I do not receive or
have access to every publication in the world!
The Bibliography of Opisthobranchia can only be
correct and accurate if I have copies of all
papers and books available to me.
Please send reprints of papers to me as soon as
you receive your copies. If you do not get
reprints, please send me a xerox copy including
the journal title page. Please be certain that
volume, issue, pagination, plates, figures, tables,
and exact publication date are shown on the
Malacological Publications by Hendrik Ehgel.
10091 ENGEL, HENDRIK, 1925. Westindische
Opisthobranchiate MoUusken I. Aeolidiadae.
Dissertatie Univ. Amsterdam, Leiden, pp. 1-48.
00755 ENGEL, HENDRIK, 1925. Westindische
Opisthobranchiate Mollusken I. Aeolidiadae.
Bijdr. Dierk., 24:33-80.
10092 ENGEL, HENDRIK, 1925-1932. Oosthoek's
Geillustreerde Bncyclopedie. 3e dr., 12 d
Utrecht, [malacological articles]
06296 ENGEL, HENDRIK, 1926. Dreineue Arten der
Gattung Aclesia (Rang) Bergh, 1902. Zool. Mz..
06297 ENGEL, HENDRIK, 1927. Westindische
Opisthobranchiate Mollusken. II. Aplysiidae,
Pleurobranchidae, Oxynoeidae, Elysiidae, Phyllc-
branchidae. Bijdr. Dierk., 25:83-122.
06298 ENGEL, HENDRIK, 1929a. Aplysia dactylo-
053 la Rang, a eircumtropic species. Proc. Malacol.
Soe. Lend., 18(4):147-151.
06299 ENGEL, HENDRIK, i929b. Einiges uber die
Gattung Notarchus (Cuvier I8l7) Bergh, 1902.
Zool. kiz., 85(9-10)-:193-203.
10093 ENGEL, HENDRIK, 1929- Drie soorten van
opisthobranchiate moUuskeri, die nieuw zijn voor
de Nederlandsche fauna. Tijdschr. Nederlaad-
sche Dierk. Ver., (3) 1:89 (a demonstration).
06300 ENGEL, HENDRIK, 1930. Aclesia citriaa
Rang, eine zirkumtropiche Aplysiide. Zool. Anz.,
10094 ENGEL, HENDRICK, 1932-1933. Winkler
Prins Algemeene Ehcyclopaedie. 5e dr., 16 din.
Amsterdam (malacologische artikelen).
06301 ENGEL, HENDRICK, 1933. Aplysia saltator-
Forbes. Proc. malac. Soc. Land., 20(6):321-322.
10095 ENGEL, HENDRIK, 1934a. Are the genera and
species of Bohadsch, 1761, to be accepted? Pxm.
Mag. n at. Hist., (10)13:529-540.
06303 ENGEL, HENDRIK, 1934b. The English
Species of the Family Pleurobranchidae. Ann.
Mag. Nat. Hist., (10)13:533-589.
06302 ENGEL, HENDRIK, 1934c. Les Aplysies de M.
de Blainville. Joum. de Conch., 78:83-90.
06307 ENGEL, HENDRIK, 1935a. Ueber Plsuro-
branchus marmoratus Grobben, 1891- Verhandl. de
zool.-bot. Ges. Wien, 85:83.
10096 ENGEL, HENDRIK i SALES, N.B., 1935b. The
genus Bursatella de Blainville. Proc. malac. Soc.
06309 ENGEL, HENDRIK, 1936a. On the names of
Iu2u / lilsubL
O63O6 ENGEL, . HENDkIKs 19365. Le genre teekeningen, die eens A^uuv-n^aKUi.
Fh^UanJifsia P. Fisr^her. 1872. Jouj^p. de Cf^ich,., hebben, waarbij de eerste koningsvisch (Lanipris
80nQ9-.212' flu, 1-2. ' ' I'^a) "^^n de Europeeache kusten. ZgqL. ffeded.
' '"* LaedeOc 25*9*-22.
06305 ENGaL; HENDRIK & HUKMELINCK. WAGENAAR. 102^8 ENr^EL^ HENDHIK'. 1946. On th^ ^^'atJV"
:, 1936c, lie be r Weatiridische Aplysiidae aid Wer- status of the names fetalilera Gray, 1o47, and
wandten anclerer Gsbiete. Capita Zool., 8:1-76. Aplysiel la Fisher^ 1872 (class Gastropoda^ order
Aplysioinorpha). mUl. 200I. SoskhcI., 1:17?.
1009? ENGEL5 HENDRIKs 1936d. The Netherlands
Nudibranchiate Mollusca. Zo51. Ifeded. Leiden,
O < 1 z^. '
10209 ENGEL, KENDRIK, ig47^195^.. Mlaklar Prins
i-ii V- W '^^.jfc-W i.?t.*.V-^ Li-a_ii^ y V"^-^ '— i i. 1 ij t v.- v-J-iw. J. .- # i4-;At_f U~~^ J. ^^diii
10098 EKGEL, HEMDRIK & JUTTING, VAN BENTKEM, 10210 ENGEL, HENDRIK, iqu7-1955. Oostboek's
19'^6e. Hollusca (I). B. Gastropoda Ooistho- Bicyclopedie, 4e dr., 16 din. Utrecht (sala-
braichia. Fas^a van Mederlaiid, 8:1-73- coiogical articies;.
in7ii RMHFL, HP'^fD^TK, 'Q^n, pet be"ar=a: van V^^-^
'O^ju'-t- DWbuHi, h;ii\ii,'iixK., 'MjsOt. uiizi uaLi-ung ZooloR'-isch MuseuiB voor wetenschpn p:n maat-
Farapiysia Pilsbry, 1895. Zool. Mz., ri6(1/2;:35- schappij^ ' Inaugurele^ " rede"^ 'Lbiversiteit ""^van
40;fig. 1. , Amsterdam, 6 November, 1950:1-17- Amsterdam, (de
rrialacologische passages tevens "afgedrukt in
06308 ENGEL. HENDRIK5 IQSSo-. Some additions to Corr.bl.Ned.malac. Ver. 37:31^)-
our taowleds6 of the yenus NotaFchus. Proc. ".-^oi •> r^^rTr- u^f^r-.-jir -i-ru ---^r^ ^ ^
Mpi-:?^ ^^o f'f^'i ''?;" K vTt --110- Firmer i_u iudTii i^i^Di^j ni.<j^.-iii,., '^''t!* i^i'^-^posea ^ ■^H^t
i*^.-^^= -..^>„. !_.i^.^.. ^i^vj.'-i'-. i!^-! -^o-' ■-'^. pension 01 tne rules to retain the names Apiysia
and 'lethys' as sreneric names in the suborders
10099 ENGEL. HENDRIK, 19373. The life of Teotibranchia ajid Nudibranchia re-spectively of
Albertus Seba. ' Sven ska Lmne-Sailsk> Arsskr.. the order OpisthobraDchiata (class GastroDOda),
10:75-100. Opin. Dselar. Int. C02®. zool. MoaencL 3(19):24h-
102C0 ENGEL, HENBRIK, 193''b. De Liefhebbers 10213 ENGEL, HEHDRIK, 1955- Boekbespreking (A.
van Meptup.us-Cabinet. De eerste rnalacologische Provot-Fol 1Q5U. MoUusoues oDisthobr.anches.
vereenifflna? Basteriaj 2:64. Faune de France 58). Corr. bl. Ited, jsalac. Ver.,
10201 FNGEL. HENHRIK. 1Q^8 V^^'^kdle '"en (M^1„ , _
T,,^-., i TV,. -1 A r-.'-rsT-.trT-' u 2 L» ' -' • - -i-i Oojll tNGEL, HENDHlK, 19'^7a- t^ the influence
of preservation on the exten-jal appearance of
'Decirnens of Aplysia deoilans Linne. Ifeau-
dierenri.jk. pp. 111-113. Utrecht. fbrtia, 5(66):2il1-243.
o'?erzieht der levensverschimselen in het
! U H ; n
10202 ENGEL. HENDRIK, 1939a. Verslag van de Oo312 hNGaL, HENBRlK, & EALES, N.B.,
werk-aamhedp^!^ " -pn b^t ZoO^osis^'H ?tati^»^ t^ species of Iplysia belonging to the -subgenus
Napels van 4-^25 Mai 1959. Versi. tew. ¥erg. Wis- ^^^Tna^^i fe^aufortia' ^T^^o VS^iiiTr^-r^c;;'
en Matuurk. Ifd., Km. 8ed. A^ad. fet., 2^ June, -3- -"-c..— i- ^-aiOxu^., ^_,. ,..,^- , . ., ..,..,
1021^5 ENGEL, HEHDRIK, 1959. TiiHia, a subgenus
10203 ENGEL, HENDRIK, iQiQb. Alphabetical list c>f Aplysia with a sucking disk at the posterior
m.,ju.. lax,.. *^., ^,.....^,»^-^>^. , jq215 ENGEL, HENDRIK, 1961. The sale -catalogue
1020^1 LKGEL, HENDRIK, 19^'Oa. Dude naturalien- Seba (1752), A curious docunKnt from the period
kablnetten en dierverzanKlingen. ife Satuur, of the Naturae Curiosi. Bull. Jfes. Coune. Israel,
io>!o-'"'0'! '"'!■'> inij.,-i io_.i '^1
Ob3l3 ENGEL. KENDKlK, ULEkTS, S.J., 4 ALTENA.
10216 ENGEL, HENDRIK, & VAM EEKEN, C.J. j_ 1952.
Fed Sea Opisthobranchia from the coast of Israel
inai" Biill. &a Fisn. Res. Stat. HaJ.fa ^0:15-
VAN REGTEREN. 19^iOb. Alderia modesta (Loven) and
Idaiapcsitia depressa Alder & Hancock in the "^M
brackish waters of the Dutch coast. Basteria,
Jutting, Bsaufortla, I1(130):1~g.
vraardige variant vaxi Easter's Natuurkundige
Ultspai;Riiigen. Basteria, 6:1-10. 1954b. On Glossodorls qir dor
' Dclatella. Eo5l' teded. ' l^ideo.. 2i*:1Q7-2'^Qr
than ray previous system. The usual problems are
agaiji here — leaiTiing how tc sake it do what we
want it to do.
This system has all of the capabilities of my
last system from Matchmaker Technology, Lnc. plus
a 10 isegabj'ta hard disk and three terminals for
si.TiUltaneoua multiple users. It is compatible
with the systeaj used at the Los Angeles County
Muse^^ of i-latural History and any system using
CP/M-^-'' operating system.
I also have a small new diazo duplicator to
allow copying of entire sicrofiche in house.
This, along with the r-^ader /printer and
camera/processors I already have, will allow
GOBplete storage and retrieval of Opisthobranch
literature with film.
Please bear with me. I have one problem with
the new computer system. It will not print out
from the current word processor to paper so I
have to convert everything to a new system. This
is causing some delay in the production of the ON
issues. CofHputers are wcnderful devices but
learning how to make them do what you want to do
can be a problem. I will try to get out the current
issues of the CM with the eld systen) before I give
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